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Transcript of Hudson Plains
In the Hudson plains, there are roughly 10,000 to 10,100 people
Hudson Plains locations
Hudson Plains Climate
Hudson plains is one of the largest wetlands in the world
Hudson Plains Population
Hudson Plain's major cities are Moosonee,, Churchill and Attawapiskat
The less known cities are Fort George,
Eastmain, Fort Albany, Winisk, Fort
Severn and Shamattawa
"In the summer, there are quite a bit of pools and stretches of trapped water" also, in the summer, it is usually brief and cool
Cold and dry arctic air usually float around Hudson
Plains during the winter
In the spring and fall, it is always cool as
well, and spring breaks most ice jams
caused in winter
As you can tell by the climograph, it rains the most during August ( 4 mm)
and it rains the least in February
Also, it is coldest in January , if you convert 2.5 Fahrenheit, it is 16.3 degrees Celsius. The most hottest time of the year in Hudson Plains is in July, which in Fahrenheit, is 75 Fahrenheit. In Celsius, it is 23.8 degrees Celsius, which isn't blistering hot.
In the summer, Hudson Plains is a home to a lot of animals, such as Canada Geese, Lesser Snow Geese, Northern Pintail, Tundra Swan,
Atlantic Brant, Willow Ptarmigan Mallard, Semipalmated Sandpiper, Green-winged Teal,
Woodland Caribou, Polar Bear, Black Bear, Beavers, Otters and Mooses.
The common fish found in inland streams and lakes are Brook Trout, Northern Pike and Walleye.
Soils and Vegetation
The soil in this ecozone determines a lot about the rest of the ecozone. The soil is very harsh and cold, because it is the biggest wetland, and in winter, the soil gets frozen over. Thats alot of land given to freeze. Which means vegetation is to he minimal, but enough. In the north there are treeless tundra. Only in the south and west are there more trees and berry bushes and other sources of food.
Soils,Wetlands and wildlife
"There is mostly flat terrain and poor drainage, this is what causes the wetlands, bogs, and swamps in most of Hudson Plains" (https://sites.google.com/site/hudsonplainecozone/landforms ) The Hudson Plains are low-lying and are swampy plains. The area of the Hudson plains is 359 546 km. The Hudson Plains cover a quarter of Ontario's land and 3.6% of Canada.. The land of Hudson Plains is only 120 meters in height, which isn't very tall. The lands practically lives on water
Fun Facts about Hudson Plains
90% of the Hudson Plains is wetlands making it the largest wetland in North America.
Churchill, Manitoba is the polar bear capital of the world!
One hectare of the land is able to produce ten million black flies! (Hectare=107639 Square foot ) (a black fly is a insect that sucks blood and can transmit a number of serious human and animal diseases.)
It's known for its large population of biting insects!
Hudson Plains issues
One issue with Hudson Plains is that animals, such as polar bears,seals and beluga whales are contaminated. To be more general, the ocean is contaminated with poisons such as dieldrin (a toxic insecticide), DDE, and other chlordane products. It impairs endocrine, reproductive, and immune systems. Beluga whales get DDT,( Heavy metal/lead)Chlordane, and toxaphene(amber waxy solid with an odour of chlorine) in their blubber. Mercury was also found within mammal, birds, fish, and even humans near the contaminated area
The Hudson Plains stretch from Manitoba to Quebec
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